Personal branding expert Jane Scandurra shares 3 tips to turn your personal brand up to 11, to avoid being “out of sight, out of mind” in the wake of the current pandemic.
The greatest hits of 2020
As we say adios to 2020, guided by the finest vanity metrics, these were the most popular article in 2020…
In this article Jane Scandurra, global marketing consultant and coach, suggests a path of sensitivity and empathy for addressing consumers whose behaviour may have been irrevocably changed by the current crisis.
In this article, Jasmine Martirossian VP of Marketing at TÜV SÜD Americas shares with us three critical questions that will help us navigate to success Post-COVID-19.
IFS develops and delivers enterprise software for customers around the world and when their CMO, Oliver Pilgerstorfer, sat down with us and started an answer with “I probably shouldn’t admit this” our editor Ian Truscott knew he was in for a fun interview…
We’ve enjoyed Nick Einstein’s insight as an analyst here on Rockstar CMO, but in a timely move coinciding with our focus on the product for this issue, he’s switched to product marketing. Here he ponders if product marketers are the roadies or the rockstars…
Our resident Rockstar CMO Ted Rubin tells it straight. If you want better products and better marketing then you had better listen, not just to Ted, but to your customers and in the age of socially connected communities, who better to do this than marketing?
While many report that the influence of Twitter is waning, but its use grew in 2019 and it remains relevant. Dennis Shiao guides us through some best practices for B2B marketers for 2020.
Back in the summer of 2018, for The Straight Outta Compton Issue, we went backstage with Tom Wentworth, then CMO of Rapid Miner and in this interview, we catch up with this technologist turned marketer.
In this backstage interview we find out how founder and CEO of Lately, Kate Bradley Chernis, a former DJ with an audience of 20 million listeners got Walmart dancing.
Buzzing off those results you secured for your company? Feeling confident? Maybe even a little self-important? Time to check yourself, says Ted Rubin.